STATE TIMES NEWSSAMBA: Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Samba of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Jammu conducted “Animal Disease Control Camp” in collaboration with Department of Animal Husbandry, Samba. The programme was conducted under the guidence of Dr. K.S.Risam, Director Extension, SKUAST-Jammu and was attended by more than 100 farmers and about 250 animals (Cow, Buffaloes, Calves, Sheep and Goats, etc) were treated at village Durie of Block Nud of District Samba. The programme was started with the introduction of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Samba by Dr. Vinod Gupta, Senior Scientist & Head in which he discussed in details about the various activities going on in the district by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra Samba. He also discussed in detail about the various initiative by the KVK for the welfare of the farmers. The main attraction of the camp was the team of experts, the senior professors Dr Ajay Gupta, Professor, (Division of Surgery), Dr. Utsav Sharma Professor & Head, (Div of Gynaecology & Obstetrics) and Dr. Rajesh Agrawal, Associate Professor, (Div. of Medicine) Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, SKUAST J along with their students, who treated about 250 animals. Animals were diagnosed with different diseases, ticks, mastitis, endo parasites and were provided with mineral mixtures, UMMB blocks, and medicines. Similarly, the surgeries were also performed during the event. Dr. Suraj Amrutkar coordinator of the programme in his technical address discussed in length and breadth about different animal diseases and its control measures in the district so it will reduce health problem in Samba district. The others who participated in the event are Dr Sanjay Khajuria, Dr Neerja Sharma, Dr. Abhay K. Sinha, Dr. Sandeep Kour, VAS, Dr. Priyanka Kumar, VAS, Dr. Daman Kumar, VAS and Dr. Amit Manajan,. At the end of programme, the formal vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Suraj A. Amrutkar.
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